Arabian Bites, set up in May this year, is a project to help promote integration, community cohesion, understanding and tolerance, with the aim of supporting those fleeing war in the Middle East and offering them work experience.
The £36.7 million water park currently under construction on the former Spire House site in the city centre will be called The Wave.
Organisers of Tokyo 2020 have been getting some tips on Olympics expertise from the Coventry Ambassadors.
The world’s longest relay run which promotes global peace was welcomed to Coventry at the internationally-recognised peace forum being held in the city.
The fifth edition of the Festival of Imagineers, Coventry’s annual festival which celebrates art, design and engineering returns in just under one week’s time and runs from 17 – 22 September.
Coventry’s world-leading reputation as a centre for reconciliation and for promoting sustainable peace was strengthened this week as the city hosted an internationally-recognised peace forum.
We are looking forward to an exciting autumn at the Museums including our fantastic mix of art, history and stem learning sessions at Coventry Transport Museum, the Herbert and Lunt Roman Fort
Partners throughout Coventry and Warwickshire are coming together to mark World Suicide Prevention Day (WSPD) in a series of events across the region on Monday 10 September.
Samaritans volunteers and Coventry City Council staff are running a roadshow on Saturday 15 September.
The directory of schools and other educational establishments has been updated.
A nightclub has had its licence suspended by Coventry City Council.
Coventry's EMAS welcomes two new colleagues to its team. Leanne Cameron and Kirsty Holden have started working for our service this month.
New cricket pitches are being created in Coventry parks and open spaces in a partnership between Coventry City Council and the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB).
One of the heroes of the Thailand cave rescue has been honoured for his bravery by his home city.
The UK’s most extensive programme for encouraging taxi drivers to upgrade to an electric vehicle is being launched in Coventry today
A conference created to educate some of the city’s secondary school pupils on the dangers and impact of knife crime will be held this week.
A whole week of events dedicated to coding is coming to Central Library in October.
Godiva Festival celebrated its 20th anniversary in style, with thousands of people entering the festival site across the weekend to enjoy the activities.
Council worker Columb McCoy has decided to put his feet up at the age of 80 after an incredible 58 year career of keeping the city’s roads in order.
Severn Trent is teaming up with local businesses and the City Council to make sure the people of Coventry can enjoy wonderful water when they’re out and about.
Early indications suggest Coventry students have performed really well in this year’s new, tougher GCSE exams.
Coventry has been highlighted in a government report for the way it has helped more local people find work.
Representatives from residents' groups across Whitley, Stonehouse Estate and Cheylesmore had the chance to visit Jaguar Land Rover earlier this week.
Godiva Festival has confirmed a day of community activities thanks to programming from the Coventry Music Hub and Birmingham Conservatoire.
There’s plenty more to look forward to at Godiva Festival if you aren’t into your music, as it has a range of activities dedicated to fun the whole family can get involved in.
Godiva Festival organisers have confirmed the line up for Saturday’s Rhythm Tent.
Coventry’s sixth formers are celebrating their A-Level results today with 97.4% of students achieving an A*-E grade, in line with national results.
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A Warwickshire precision manufacturing company, which is marking 40 years in business, has completed a £700,000 investment drive.